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Spring is always reserved for one of the most important events in the publishing industry - the London Book Fair - a splendid opportunity to enjoy the vibrant atmosphere and explore innovations shaping the publishing world of the future.

Even the best book in your portfolio may be ruined by a poor translation. Choose a provider who has experience in the publishing industry, who knows what it takes to turn your translated book into a success. There is more to translation than just rewriting a text in another language. A good translation demands profound knowledge of the sector in question and the country where the text is to be used. It is important to find a translation partner who offers the right background knowledge and who understands the specific nature of your business. By choosing professional services you gain the opportunity to have your books translated by some of the best specialists on the market.

Specialised translators

Choose translators who have extensive experience or have an educational background in a given field or topic. They also should have a knowledge of specialised terminology, ensuring that each translation is both accurate and consistent.

Supervised translation process Hire project managers who inspect every step of the translation process to make sure it is performed according to guidelines. They should foresee possible obstacles and eliminate them in time. Their job is to increase the quality and turnaround of your translations.

Expert editors

Choose professionals who take all the necessary steps to improve the formatting, style, and accuracy of your text. Expert team should be famous for their eye for detail and precision.

Experienced proofreaders

It is proofreaders' job to detect and correct all production errors in a text. Due to many years of experience they should be consistently accurate.

Competitive DTP services

Hire highly qualified and skilled DTP specialists and graphic designers to make sure your final product will distinguish itself by its quality and perfect look.


Choose a provider who is always prepared to offer a tailor-made solution and deal with project modifications, even if the content volume increases and the deadline shortens.

Those specialists should be able to deal with all kinds of books, including:

• Business & Investing

• Cookbooks, Food & Wine

• Comics & Graphic Novels

• Computers & Technology

• Crafts & Hobbies

• Education & Teaching

• Entertainment

• History

• Literature & Fiction

• Medicine

• Parenting & Relationships

• Philosophy

• Politics & Current Affairs

• Psychology

• Science & Nature

• Self-Improvement

• Social Sciences

• Sociology

• Sports & Adventure

• Textbooks

• Travel

Dominika Kobiela is a Publishing Consultant and International Relations & Public Relations Manager at Transenter - Translation agency with a wide network of translators, interpreters and language freaks.

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